Donations can be made at any Wells Fargo or Wachovia branch to the Colorado account titled:
Ashley V. Moser Special Needs Trust.
For those who would like to donate, but do not have a nearby Wells Fargo branch, please send a check to:
Colorado Wells Fargo Branch
18515 E Smoky Hill Rd
Why we need you
Ashley Moser and Veronica Moser-Sullivan were a mother and daughter who always had a smile and hug to give and whose love was apparent in the way they spoke and looked at each other.
Tragically, on July 20, 2012 Veronica’s life was cut short when a gunman entered a movie theater and opened fire. She was only 6 years old.
Ashley sustained multiple gunshot wounds and is still in the hospital recovering. In addition to grieving for her daughter, she faces a long road to recovery and mounting medical bills. The 25-year old is lucky to have a large and strong family support system, but it won’t be enough for the challenges she now faces.
When a person loses a spouse they become a widow or widower. When a child loses their parents they become an orphan. There is no word to describe a parent who loses a child. The loss is too awful for a name.
Ashley and Veronica’s story:
Ashley Moser, 25, was working on her goal to earn a degree as a licensed practical nurse. She had been accepted to a nursing program and was eager to start. She was a loving mother to Veronica, her only child.
Veronica Moser-Sullivan was a sweet and friendly 6-year old. She loved school and loved playing, and had just started taking swimming lessons. This year, she was supposed to start first grade.
Ashley and Veronica were not strangers to sadness and pain. They lived with Ashley’s father — Veronica’s grandfather — David Moser. A few short months ago, David Moser, 55, died after a 10-month battle with leukemia.
Ashley needs your help. She needs prayers and positive thoughts. She needs help through the grieving process after losing her daughter. She needs support, love, and healing energy for the weeks, months, and years of physical recovery that she will likely face. She also needs financial support. If you can donate any amount, it would be greatly appreciated. We are trying to raise enough money to cover the rising bills so that Ashley won’t have to face them on top of all the other things she is going through right now.